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Isrā’īl Min Ayn wa ilá Ayn?’ [Israel, from where and whither?] is a book written by Muhammad Burhām al-Mashā‘ilī. The 15-chapter book provides information about the history of Jews and Israel and asserts the Arab identity of Palestine.
Dr. Wasīm al-Sīsī believes that Egyptians are more likely to be the chosen people of God than Jews as they have the long-standing civilization, sciences, and ethics that Jews lack. He also believes that Jews have stolen the heroic stories of the Pharaonic kings and wrongfully recorded them in their...
Professor Larry Levine’s response to the article ‘Superstitions of the Talmud’ authored by Muhammad ‘Abbūd. Levine comments on the misperceptions in the original article, and provides clarification behind some Jewish traditions and stories in the Talmud.
Vatican Radio called AWR on November 23 for a radio interview about the Annapolis peace conference. Excellent article on “Middle East Christians Association: “’do not make things worse,’” by Coptic author Jamāl As‘ad. Dr. Ikrām Lam‘ī’s article shows how corruption has attacked people’s religious...
Issues related to anti-Semitism are discussed in four of the papers of this week. Most articles question the connection established between criticizing Israel and anti- Semitism. See also art. 2 and 3
The author of this articledoes not present facts but a caricature of the Jewish Talmud. The author refers to a text with one reference to the Talmud and to another from Jewish medieval scholar Maimonides. The first text should be placed in its proper context and the second shows a remarkable...
The author links Israeli practices and the massacres in Lebanon and other Arab countries to texts of the Torah and urges Arabs to take a strong diplomatic stance and protest the killings and havoc in a neighboring Arab country.
There is concern in many Israeli circles today about the demographics of those who are coming to Israel from the former Soviet Union. Something like 60% of those who have come from there since 2000 are not really Jewish. Such immigrants do nothing to enhance the Jewish "character of the state of...
Dr. Larry Levine, an Orthodox Jewish professor from New York, USA, responds to Dr. Emara´s article in Al-Akhbar, December 12, 2003, AWR, 2003, week 50, art. 4. It is obvious Dr. Emara mixes between the teaching of Judaism and behavior he sees in practice in occupied territories. Claiming that the...
Dr. Larry Levine criticizes Dr. Muhammad Emara´s comments on the Torah and Judaism in the previous issue of AWR. His main comment is that there is always the danger of reading any verse in the Hebrew Bible without the traditional commentaries. [Editor: Muslims would state that the same applies of...

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